Study: Dating App Users Attracted to Conversations Wrought With Type-O's

Study: Dating App Users Attracted to Conversations Wrought With Type-O’s

A recent study by Giddy-up Poll showed that, on the hole, most dating applicator users were enthralled by other users who used a plethora of abbrevz. and sent messages full of elementary school-levle type-O’s.

Fur deetz on the findings, read on:

The Gallop Horse sturdy revealed that when getting to kno someone, it’s best to have errybuddy let their garder down and just have a gr8, thoughfull time. The sturdy, which interviewed well over, like a billion people, and is considerate to be totes awes., had some staggering numbers to reed:

Key Findings

– More than 8.8 in 10 dating app users appreciated misspelled words because it made their potential fuck buddy seem like a hawwt commodity who was abbrevzing to, like errybuddy.

– 9 out of 7 people who were interviewed though the words that were spelled wrong to be a sign that the other person was a werking proffesh who was trying to save time because they waz buisy mekkin the monies tah spend on them latter.

– Approx. 2 out of ten peeps beleived that “I” should never come before anything. Valiant! That’s when you know they’s a hard too find keeper!

Finally, a rare 8 per cent of peeple were turned off by typose and siad that they woodn’t date N.E 1 who couldn’t take the tiem to spell properly and with propose. They felt that this showed a lack off interest or remote carrying to ever half a serious relatshionship.

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Study: Dating App Users Attracted to Conversations Wrought With Type-O's

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